Low-Cost Nuclear Arms Races

By Dan Lindley, Kevin Clemency | March 1, 2009

The United States and the Soviet Union spent hundreds of billions of dollars
trying to out duel each other during the cold War. Today, nuclear arms races
would cost considerably less.

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